Welcome. Dawn here to share my shaped card for this month’s challenge. I have used my favourite Poppy stamp and die for this card.
My card base is made with by die cutting two Spellbinders dies and glued them together at the top. I trimmed a smidgen off the bottom curve on the back to allow the card to stand up. I used some Patterned paper for my inner panel. On a separate piece of card stock I stamped the poppy in Hero Arts inks – Soft Cantaloupe and Punch Chalk (discontinued) and Distress Ink – Aged Mahogany. The stem is in Emerald Green. I used the matching dies to cut out the Poppy.
I did have a little mishap when stamping the sentiment…. as I went to pull the sentiment off the backing sheet (it was the first time I used this sentiment) and I tore it!
With much butting and wiggling, to say the least, I managed to get the sentiment stamped.
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- HA CM144 Color layering Poppy (currently out of stock but see the note above to order)
- HA DI536 Color layering Poppy Frame Cut
- HA Soft Cantaloupe Ink (available as part of the Lucy Floral Favorite set)
- HA Emerald Ink (available as part of the Peacock layering set)
June 6, 2017 at 9:35 am
It’s lovely, love everything about it!
June 6, 2017 at 5:09 pm
The poppy looks like it was made for this card. It’s a beauty.
June 7, 2017 at 1:33 pm
Awesome design, & I love how you have the frame & inner panel on the card front. Great job with the greeting, too–you’d never know you tore the stamp. I’ve done that, too, and it IS annoying, isn’t it? Tfs! 🙂 ~ Andrea